A new report from European regulators is raising questions about the effectiveness of the Plan B emergency contraceptive in overweight women. The FDA said in a statement that it is "reviewing the available and related scientific information on this issue."
Chad Johnson slaps his lawyer on the butt, draws 30-day jail sentence from annoyed judge.
A major showdown is shaping up in Washington over the Plan B emergency contraceptive pill. The courts want to make it available for teenagers of all ages while the FDA says that girls should be at least 15 years old to purchase it. Now states are considering determining Plan B laws of their own.
Justice Department officials say they will appeal a judge’s order to make the morning-after pill available to women of all ages without a prescription. The judge made that ruling three weeks ago, in an order that overruled the Obama administration’s position that the pills should only be available for females age 17 and older.
On FBN this morning, Judge Andrew Napolitano took on the Obama administration over the FDA’s decision to allow over-the-counter sales of the Plan B emergency contraceptive to girls as young as 15.
Wednesday on America’s Newsroom, Dr. Manny Alvarez railed against the FDA’s decision to allow over-the-counter sales of the Plan B emergency contraceptive to girls as young as 15.